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Solving the first problem, we carried out a theoretical analysis of the problem of professional orientation, relying on the phenomenology of the phenomenon and various psychological theories. We have found that despite the existence of many approaches to the problem of professional orientation, there is no generally accepted theory of professional orientation, nor is there a single understanding of the problem. The orientation of the personality by modern scientists is understood as the motivational conditioning of a person’s actions and actions with specific life goals, the sources of which are both his basic needs and society’s requirements for his personality. Note that there are various definitions of the concept of "focus." So, S. L. Rubinstein defined the orientation of the personality as its “dynamic tendency”. The scientist believed that the nature of a person manifests itself in activity, which receives expression in the direction of his actions and actions, his temperament and ability, which, in turn, determine the perfection of performance [46; S. 129]. A. N. Leontyev compared the concept of personality orientation as a “sense-forming motive”, while B. G. Ananiev pointed to the existence of a “basic life orientation” of the personality. However, most often in the scientific literature, orientation is understood as a combination of stable motives that orient the activity of an individual and are relatively independent of the current situation.

In solving the second problem, we revealed the psychological nature of self-esteem, showing its structure, origin, mechanisms and functions. Based on the analysis of the works of L. I. Bozhovich, I. S. Kon, S. L. Rubinstein, A. Bandur, W. James and others, we can say that one of the main conditions for the development of a person is self-acceptance, a serious and respectful attitude to himself as a person.
At the student age, the skill of introspection, self-observation and reflection, the ability to analyze their own results and, thereby, evaluate themselves, is formed. The formation of personality includes a relatively stable image of the "I" that ensures the integrity of the psychological appearance, i.e. self-image. Psychologists consider self-acceptance as the basis of that complex psychological education, which is called "I-concept." Self-esteem is carried out by comparing the ideal "I" with the real, but at this age, the ideal "I" has not yet been comprehensively evaluated by the individual. This objective contradiction in the development of the personality of a young person can cause him internal self-doubt.

At the stage of solving the last problem, we had to identify the relationship of self-esteem and professional orientation of students.

Between the indicators of the level of professional orientation and self-esteem, a statistically significant correlation was found at the significance level? = 0.05.

Thus, our hypothesis about the existence of a relationship between professional orientation and self-esteem was confirmed.

Successful completion of the tasks allows us to talk about fulfilling the goals of this study.

Of course, the results of our research are not the final point in determining the areas of research of a professional orientation and self-esteem. The phenomenon of professional orientation still represents a vast field for the activities of researchers - psychologists.

In general, the goal of the study was achieved, the tasks are solved, the hypothesis was confirmed.
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